As I hummed and hawed about what to bring to a Mom’s Night Out last week, I mentioned to my husband that even though I had all the ingredients to make some of my old signature treats, I just couldn’t bring myself to do it. I joked that the women who would be there all seem to think I’m some sort of Health Nazi and it just didn’t seem right to bring a high-calorie dessert. And then with the compassion of someone who’s about to tell you that you have a life-threatening disease, he says to me: “Tash, you are a Health Nazi.”
Hmph…I don’t quite know if I should be flattered, proud, or even just bashful about that.
In all honesty, I don’t feel like I eat extremely. In fact, I feel like I get away with eating whatever junk food I want! But when you really break it down, I wouldn’t so much as even walk into 95% of the food establishments in the US, I avoid shopping at conventional grocery stores whenever possible, our family will only eat grass-fed organic beef, and while out for dinner with some new friends, one of them said he wanted to create a blog titled “I Saw Natasha Kay Eat French Fries”. Pfft!
But he’s right. It’s a big deal for me to eat french fries.
So if you’re looking for ideas on “clean” snacks and meals, follow me on Twitter and see for yourself! I’ve started tweeting photos of the food I eat. If you don’t have a Twitter account, you can use the handy little sidebar titled “Domestica Tweets” — just above these videos —–>
And if you think something looks interesting, ping me for the Domestica Exclusive recipe! I don’t really use cookbooks and some of my favorite meals happen by complete chance based on what’s inside my fridge at any given moment, like yesterday’s Corn Tortilla Chicken Sausage Tacos — random and tasty but also full of good fats and packed with protein.
For the majority of you who don’t give a hoot about what I fill my face with each day…
As you were.